Job Opportunity: Innovation & IP Manager

Innovation & IP Manager for the Healthcare Sector, based in Liverpool, UK.

2Bio Ltd. is seeking a highly motivated individual for the role of Innovation & IP Manager within our Impact Science Team, which provides innovation and commercialisation support to hospitals, universities, research organisations and private technology-based companies.

In this role you will use your expert knowledge to directly support the evaluation, development, and implementation of our client’s innovative ideas and inventions, and explore their commercialisation and protection when appropriate. You will deliver innovation support to an established portfolio of clients, working with a high degree of independence, and you will be encouraged to help grow the portfolio in both scale and scope. You will be working with a diverse range of UK and international clients.

We are a successful independent consultancy based in the North West of England, and have a proven track record of delivering commercialisation support – specialising in the life sciences and healthcare sectors, and their associated technology areas, including Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, Medical Devices & Diagnostics, IT & Software, and Healthcare Systems.

We are a dynamic company, and value both self-starters and team players, who can take responsibility and demonstrate the flexibility needed to deliver a high-quality service to our clients, anticipating their needs whenever possible and producing exceptional levels of client satisfaction. High performance in this role will be recognised with rapid advancement and enhanced rewards.

 About you:

You will have a University honours degree in a science/health subject and with at least a 2.1 grade, ideally you should also have a higher degree.

You will have an interest in the healthcare sector, and an understanding of the role that innovation and technology plays in its good functioning.

With informal training provided ‘on the job’, you will quickly be capable of performing evaluations of intellectual property (and other innovation assets) including their technical and commercial merits.

You should be able to engage confidently and sympathetically with our clients’ innovators and inventors, and ideally you will have a robust understanding of clinical practices and the associated technologies. You must be able to demonstrate excellent documenting, communication and project management skills.

You will be comfortable in a small company environment, appreciating the opportunities that it brings to demonstrate responsibility, and will understand the flexibility needed to meet the daily challenges.

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